Differences in depreciation pn income statement and cash flow statement

I have noticed that Lowes has about a $100 million difference between depreciation expense on income statement and cash flow statement. Cash flow statement is higher. Yet, they have virtually no intangible assets, only $7 million of interest amortization, and while they have deferred acquisition costs for those selling extended warranties, the level of the assets (around $30 to $50 million) suggests they could not be expensed to generate $100m in a year. Also, stock based compensation is already accounted for in the cash flow statement. The wording of depreciation also suggests it includes depreciation of software, lease improvements, etc... Where is all that extra amortization/depreciation coming from?